Over all these 6+ years of weekly posts, I realize I have never shared my images in the way I use them on the note cards I sell. I have too many choices, but I enjoy finding each photo, deciding on which color card stock to match it with, and coming up with a title that is short and maybe unexpected. However, if I am working with a flower, I will use its name, if at all possible. In photographing the ten or so photos I'm presenting today I have tried to show them as cards, with the envelope tucked inside the card, and laid out on the post with some informality -- they are, on purpose, not obediantly lined up. I may end up giving some of the story behind each photo, but not that much today. I used the back of my silver laptop as the display location for making each photo. These are "homemade" and always evolving. And they look better "in person;" please forgive my not having time today for total excellence.
I work with these images a lot, so they have become my friends as well as my face to the public. I hope there are some in this sample that you will enjoy as well.
|frost fence [I risked stopping the car on the road to take this. There's no pull-over space.]|
|cardinals' walnut tree station|
|A Bee / Zinnia|
|corn stalking time [Sandy in her garden]|
|for coming and going, from home|
|talking with sheep (in a field in England)|
|black and white in color|